Today’s launch of our new report - Rolling out social prescribing: Understanding the experience of the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector - is the result of months of engagement with the wider community and charity sector.
Simon Gillespie, CEO of the British Heart Foundation knows just how important it is to listen to the voices of patients – that is why the British Heart Foundation has supported the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on Heart and Circulatory Diseases’ inquiry into patient perspectives on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare.
This is the fifth blog in a series on how National Voices members are enabling person-centred care. View other blogs in the series.
Claire Daley of Alzheimer’s Society talks about the simple ‘This is me’ resource that enables health and social care professionals to better understand who a person really is.
This is the second blog in a series on how National Voices members are enabling person-centred care. View other blogs in the series.
Catherine Priestley, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Breast Cancer Care shares how a new toolkit is helping specialist nurses provide holistic support to people with secondary breast cancer.
Jules Horton explains why no source of patient feedback should be overlooked – instead they should be cherished as untapped goldmines that could transform the way the NHS works for the better.
With a new question in the General Practice Patient Survey on involvement in decisions, Don Redding compares how often shared decision making happens in general practice with other care environments.
Jane Silvester shares why people who use social care services should be given care and support based on what they can already do, what they want to achieve and the help they need to live their lives in the way they want to.
What's the role of health charities in tackling the broader determinants of health? Hannah Chalmers explores on the blog.
We all know how crucial evidence is to research. Over the last year Alzheimer’s Society has been considering the evidence surrounding how it involves people affected by dementia in research.
Who is the 'core customer' of the NHS? and what matters to them when accessing healthcare?